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SC Ports resumes operations after software issues

South Carolina Ports (SC Ports) has restored gate and yard operations, resuming full operations at all marine terminals and Inland Port Greer after the software issue the port authority faced yesterday (21 May).

Wando Welch Terminal and North Charleston Terminal will resume normal operating hours from 5:00 am to 5:00 pm local time on 22 May, according to the port statement, while Inland Port Greer will continue to operate 24/7, maintaining around-the-clock service.

Additionally, SC Ports noted that cargo pick-ups and drop-offs are now being accepted at all marine terminals and Inland Port Greer.

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Meanwhile, SC Ports is still working to restore operations at Inland Port Dillon, where no cargo pick-ups or drop-offs are accepted.

In an attempt to facilitate the maritime community and mitigate disruptions caused by the outage, the port authority extended operating hours at Wando Welch and North Charleston terminals. These gates remained open until 7:00 pm local time on 21 May, providing additional time for motor carriers and cargo owners.





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